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No Secret Handshake Required (yet)

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I know some of you are sick of all Mets chatter on this site, but there are reasons why they keep coming up for discussion. Among them: No other team wears its designated road cap at home; no other team hardly ever wears its designated home uniform; no other team lets the color . . . → Read More: C(r)aptastic

Let Us Now Praise Famous Men Uniforms

For years — long before I came up with the idea for Uni Watch — my favorite spot at the Baseball Hall of Fame was the third floor, where they had a big display of old uniforms. The bad news is that reader Jay Braiman tells me that the third floor has been . . . → Read More: Let Us Now Praise Famous Men Uniforms

Monday Open Thread

Between his own outfit, his wife’s outfit, and the victory wreath, Indy 500 winner Dario Franchitti was a study in colors yesterday.

Happy Decoration Day, folks. I’ll be spending mine grilling, eating, and drinking in the back yard. Hope yours is similarly fun-packed. — Paul